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I have a Motorola MTS2000 800 mhz truning radio, when nothing is being broadcast I gets intermitting static, it has short bursts of static. what is casusing this and how do I get if tixed?

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  • drazinsky Aug 26, 2010

    it is not a Uniden Pro510XL it is a MTS2000 Motorola trunking 800 mhz radio

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This might be your mic causing this or a loose ground

1. Do others hear it when you que up?
2. Do you have all your wires shielded
3. Ground wire in the correct place.

This could be many causes mainly the mic that causes this also loose or poor connections do cause this as well, please check and let me know.

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